Historical Events of 28 April

Historical Events of 28 April

Historical Events Of Today



  • 1945 - On this day the dictator Mussolini and his wife (mistress) shot dead by the patriotic soldiers of Italy.
  • 1999 - Today, American Scientific Doctor Richard Seed Announces Human Clone Within One Year
  • 1999 - Today, thousands of computers around the world have been blocked by the Chernobyl virus.
  • 2001 - Today the first space sailing tennis team leaves for Tito space station.
  • 2002 - On this day, the Booker Prize was renamed the 'Man Booker Prize for Fiction'
  • 2002 - On today, the Supreme Court of Pakistan named President Pervez Musharraf's referendum as valid.
  • 2004 - Today, Thabombeki took the oath of office of South Africa.
  • 2004 - Today, 122 people die in the attack on a police post in Thailand.
  • 2008 - On this day, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has created a new history, leaving 10 satellites simultaneously with PSLV-C9.
  • 2008 - Ten MPs of Indian origin in Malaysia today took oath of office and secrecy.
  • 2008 - Benazir Bhutto, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, was given the posthumously prestigious Tipri International Award on this day.

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Historical Events of 28 April

Today's Famous Birthdays


  • 1791 - Today, the Chief of Army Staff of Hari Singh Nalva - Maharaja Ranjit Singh was born.
  • 1897 - Gianiing - Today, the President of the Army Chief was born in China.
  • 1924 - Kenneth Kauda - The first President of Zambia was born on this day.
  • 1929 - Today Bhanu Athaiya - the famous dress designer of Indian films was born.

Who Died Today in History



  • 1719 - Today, Farrukhsiyar - son of Azimushashan of the Mughal dynasty passed away.
  • 1740 Baji Rao first, the great senanayaka of the Maratha empire died on this day.
  • 1992 - On this day Vinayak Krishna Gokak, Chief Literature of Kannada Language, died


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